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Rosemary Chicken Pockets

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Easy, cheesy, impressive and simple! It’s the perfect brunch or party food. And you can adjust the amount more or less to taste!

Ingredients

  • 1 package Cream Cheese (8 Ounces)
  • 1 can (9 Oz. Size) Cooked Chicken Chunks
  • 2 Tablespoons Dried Rosemary
  • 1 teaspoon Black Pepper
  • 2 dashes Salt (Preferably Seasoned Salt)
  • 1 dash Poultry Seasoning
  • 1 package (8 Oz. Size) Croissant Dough

Preparation

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

Soften the cream cheese for easier mixing. Add the chicken and seasonings and mix well.

Unroll croissant dough triangles. Place a dollop of filling onto each triangle. Fold over edges and pinch shut to enclose completely. Place on baking sheet. Repeat with the remaining filling and croissant triangles.

Bake as directed on croissant package.

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Kristi on 1.12.2011

Okay, wow, I’m not awake yet this morning!

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Kristi on 1.12.2011

I left my “review” under the comments tab!

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CindyG on 12.30.2010

I made these tonight but used two boneless chicken breast which I cubed after browning in a skillet with some olive oil. (Didn’t have any canned chicken in the house) They were delish! I will make these again!

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Kristi on 12.20.2010

I JUST made these! They’re still hot! I love the flavors! Next time I make this, which might be later this week for Christmas, I am going to add an extra can of chicken (I used 2 @ 5oz. each) and divide the mixture among 2 cans of crescent rolls. With having just 8 triangles, they are SUPER full and the cream cheese is really rich! Everything else will stay the same! Thanks for a wonderful recipe that’s quick and easy!

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punkrebelmama on 12.17.2010

I have also done this with a bit of curry powder instead of the rosemary. And I roll them exactly as a croissant, but I tuck the wide triangle ends over the top when I finish rolling, and it forms a square pocket.

Pillsbury dough in a tube is what we use. But any pre-made dough would work, I imagine…

With the turkey recipe that was featured on the blog yesterday (YAY!!) I would try using garlic and sun dried tomatoes and italian seasoning instead of the rosemary/poultry seasoning combo.

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emilycann1 on 2.9.2011

These are so fantastic! I divided them over two packs of crescent rolls, and it still left several bites per roll. I even used the reduced fat cream cheese and crescent rolls and they are still heavenly!! I have made these several times and shared the recipe with a co-worker who loved them too. Thanks for sharing!

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Kristi on 1.12.2011

As posted on 12-20-10

“I JUST made these! They’re still hot! I love the flavors! Next time I make this, which might be later this week for Christmas, I am going to add an extra can of chicken (I used 2 @ 5oz. each) and divide the mixture among 2 cans of crescent rolls. With having just 8 triangles, they are SUPER full and the cream cheese is really rich! Everything else will stay the same! Thanks for a wonderful recipe that’s quick and easy!”

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Thi-ly on 12.29.2010

These were easy to make and my family enjoyed them.
Thanks for sharing this recipe

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primalktc on 12.21.2010

I just made these tonight except I just used what I had in the house- basically skipped the rosemary and added parsley for color. Next time I might use dill, I can see how you could get really creative with these. But the real point- they were delicious! They’re so light and rich at the same time, super easy to make (but they seem impressive). I’d recommend giving them a shot. Yum!

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heidihj on 12.21.2010

I made these for lunch. They tasted great and were simple to make. Next time I will probably use less rosemary.

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